The Penn State Agronomy Guide

Comprehensive information on crop, soil, and pest management for farms of all sizes.
The Penn State Agronomy Guide - Guides and Publications
Pages: 478
Language: English
Note: 2017 - 2018

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The Penn State Agronomy Guide is designed as a quick reference for information on crop and soil management, including varieties, nutritional requirements, establishment, and harvesting; storing seed and grain; and farm management and budgeting. Recommendations for managing weed, insect, and disease pests in corn, grain sorghum, soybean, small grains, and forages are provided in Part 2.

This comprehensive guide is revised biennially by Penn State Extension specialists in agronomy, entomology, and plant pathology; U.S. Pasture Laboratory staff; county extension educators; seed, fertilizer, lime, and pesticide industry personnel; and representatives of state agricultural and environmental government agencies.

This new edition features heavily revised weed management recommendations.

Who is this for?

Farm managers, producers, and growers on farms of any size

What will you learn?

Crop management (corn, grain sorghum, small grains, forages, cover crops), soil management (soil fertility management, nontraditional soil amendments), organic crop production basics, enterprise budgeting, and pest management for corn, sorghum, soybean, small grains, and forages

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